Our newest trainer resides in North Carolina, is a musician, and rocks cool hats. Learn more about Bart Castle, our new cloud-focused expert.
Cisco’s CCNA CyberOps certification streamlines the path for IT professionals to enter the growing cybersecurity field.
Open source started as a grassroots alternative to the restrictions of proprietary software. Now, people are relying on open source infrastructure without even realizing it. Open source technology is only going to grow from here.
Open source is secure because anyone can look at the code to find security issues. There are also tons of companies that contribute to open source projects. But with a growing number of hackers entering the ring, will this be the status quo next year?
You had to be living under a rock not to hear about Microsoft acquiring GitHub in June. The open source community was up in arms. Microsoft fanboys never saw it coming. Now that the dust has settled, let’s see what’s going to happen next.
Earlier this year, VMware released the latest version of its vSphere hypervisor. We decided to look at vSphere 6.7 and other virtualization trends this week on the CBT Nuggets blog.
When containers emerged onto the scene, there was speculation that it marked the end of virtual machines. Today, more businesses are using both to meet their businesses needs. Here’s a look at how VMs and containers can work successfully together.
It’s not often you see two rivals willing to work together, especially in the competitive cloud space. However, that’s exactly what VMware and Amazon are doing. Here’s why the platform can be a big win for VMware.
In his first CBT Nuggets course, AWS expert Bart Castle teaches learners how to administer AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) entities.
There’s currently no vSphere 6.7 certification exam, so CBT Nuggets trainer Jacob Moran designed the updated courses and corresponding virtual labs to provide hands-on practice on the newest vSphere release.